KELLY NJOMBO, TRYNESS TEMBO Lusaka NERIA’S Investment Limited has received over 15,000 metric tonnes (mt) of fertiliser from Beira, Mozambique, ahead of the 2020/2021 farming season. And the National Union…
Analysis: FRANCIS MAKASA
WHEN farmers clear the natural vegetation and plant crops, they first get high yields because the soil under the trees and other natural vegetation is very fertile. (more…)
NALISHEBO NAMAIKO, Lusaka
THIRTY dairy cooperatives from four provinces have received pasture seed and fertiliser under input distribution exercise for the 2018/2019 farming season.
The Dairy Association of Zambia (DAZ) said the exercise is a scheduled activity under the Digital Information Management System (DIMS) project supported by the Swedish Embassy. (more…)
KELVIN CHONGO, Lusaka
A LOCAL emerging fertiliser processing company, Kobiarge International Development Consulting, has invested US$8 million in organic fertiliser production. (more…)
KELLY NJOMBO, Lusaka
THE Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has advised farmers to desist from using excess fertiliser and chemicals as they are a threat to food security. (more…)
CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe
FARMERS in Central Province have for a long time been demanding access to affordable fertiliser and other farm inputs to boost crop production in one of Zambia’s breadbaskets.
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is today expected to commission a US$4 million fertiliser blending plant at the Lusaka South Multi-Facility Economic Zone.